At the end of June, ProcessOne introduced a new series of its newsletters: Real-time Stack, focused on all real-time technologies and Real-time Enterprise focused on business aspects of using real-time infrastructure. You can subscribe to these newsletters here. Here are the technology articles we found interesting in Issue #1:
There are billions of smart devices in our world today, but what if these devices were interconnected? What if these devices can interact with each other just like how their owners do and form a kind of global nervous system? This essentially describes what people call the Internet of Things or IoT.
We’re often critical of the lack of security in the IoT sector, and frequently cover botnets and other attacks, but will we hold our projects to the same standards we demand? Will we stop at identifying the problem, or can we be part of the solution?
Kivy is an open source Python library for rapid development of applications that make use of innovative user interfaces, such as multi-touch apps. In this presentation, we learn how to create an example XMPP client using Kivy environment.
Kaidan is a simple, user-friendly Jabber/XMPP client providing a modern user-interface using Kirigami and QtQuick. The back-end of Kaidan is completely written in C++ using the Swiften Library of the Swift Instant Messenger and Qt5.
Internet of Things is one of fast growing technology in the recent years. It’s expected that the growth of connected things will be around 50 billion by 2020.
Read about a new de-duplication system to get as close as possible to exactly-once delivery, in the face of a wide variety of failure modes. This system is able to track 100x the number of messages of the old system, with increased reliability, at a fraction of the cost.
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